@andreswaby @bbrazis @lucaspchara @cjroe - What are the system specs on the computers you’re using? Do you often work with multiple other tabs or desktop software running in the background?
Chrome is notoriously a RAM hog, so if you’re limited on that front (let’s say anything under 8GB) that might be attributing to some of your slowdown. If you’re on Windows, you can see a breakdown of CPU, and RAM usage under the Performance tab within the Task Manager. Next time things are running slowly I’d recommend taking a quick peek there. For reference, I have 8 tabs open in Chrome (including my “small” Webflow project), Photoshop with a handful of files open, and Illustrator with about half a dozen files open - and I’m using nearly 80% of my 8GB of RAM. When I opened my Webflow project, the RAM usage went up by .2GB.
Obviously I’m just taking a shot in the dark, and typically my projects are on the smaller side compared to some stuff I see others working on, but it’s worth discussing.